Kenya Super League 02/18 10:00 - Mathare United v Gusii FC L 4-0
Kenya Super League 02/12 12:00 - Gusii FC v Kisumu All Stars D 1-1
Kenya Super League 01/21 12:00 - Gusii FC v Luanda Villa SC - View
Kenya Super League 01/14 12:00 - Rainbow FC v Gusii FC L 3-1
Kenya Super League 12/20 12:00 - Nairobi United v Gusii FC L 2-0
Kenya Super League 12/17 12:00 - Gusii FC v Migori Youth L 1-2
Kenya Super League 12/10 10:00 - Mulembe United v Gusii FC W 0-2
Kenya Super League 11/26 10:00 - Mara Sugar FC v Gusii FC L 3-0
Kenya Super League 11/18 12:00 - Gusii FC v Silibwet Leons FC W 2-1
Kenya Super League 10/29 12:00 - Darajani Gogo v Gusii FC L 2-1
Kenya Super League 10/15 12:00 - Kajiado v Gusii FC L 3-1
Kenya Super League 09/23 12:00 - Mombasa Elite v Gusii FC L 1-0


Matches played 26 12 14
Wins 7 5 2
Draws 4 4 0
Losses 15 3 12
Goals for 26 18 8
Goals against 39 12 27
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 11 3 8

Wikipedia - SoNy Sugar F.C.

SonySugar Football Club is an association football club based in Awendo, Kenya. It was competing in the Kenyan Premier League, the top tier of the Kenyan football league system, and played its home games at the Sony Green Stadium. Due to failure attributed to financial challenges facing the sponsor, the club was relegated from the Kenya Premier League. Though not formally disbanded, it has low key activities confined at its home base.


It was expelled from Kenya Football League in 2019 after failing to participate in 3 of its matches. In the 2005–06 season, the club clinched its first league title with a record that included over 20 wins. The sugar millers were led to their first premier league trophy by head coach Francis Baraza who had just taken over from Peter Otieno 'Bassanga'. Most of the players were casual workers at the sugar milling factory. Some of the players who played a key role in the title winning season are Zak (GK), Ayoo (DEF), Noah Abich (DEF), Fred Ajwang (MF), Marwa Chamberi (ST), Jockins Atudo (DEF), Victor Ali Abondo (MF), Neto (MF), Chimbuzi (DEF), Onkangi (ST), Zakayo, Sylvester Wanyama DEF, Emmanuel Geno, Salim Babu (MF), Tom AKA Tosh, Oduor Alfred, Adan, Willis AKA Awilo, Dennis Chweya, Waweru, Imbusi and Zachary Onyango.

Formed in 1982, the club is owned by South Nyanza Sugar Company and earned promotion to the Kenyan Premier League in 1993.

Gusii FC is a professional soccer team based in Kisii County, Kenya. The team was founded in 2010 and has since become a prominent force in the Kenyan Premier League. The team's colors are green and white, and their home ground is the Gusii Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 5,000.

Gusii FC is known for its attacking style of play, with a focus on quick passing and movement. The team's players are skilled and versatile, with a mix of experienced veterans and young up-and-comers. The team's captain is John Oyemba, a talented midfielder who is known for his leadership and technical ability.

Off the field, Gusii FC is committed to giving back to the community. The team regularly participates in charity events and community outreach programs, and is dedicated to promoting soccer as a positive force for change in the region. With a strong team spirit and a commitment to excellence both on and off the field, Gusii FC is a team to watch in the Kenyan Premier League.